At some stage in your life, if you are wise you will arrange a Power of Attorney. A Power of Attorney enables a loved one or a close relative to look after your legal and financial affairs when and if necessary. A well-drawn Power of Attorney enables your legal and financial affairs to be administered, funds to be collected, bills paid and if necessary medical services provided.
Powers of Attorney can range from simple documents to complex ones but must be completed when you are in full possession of your mental faculties.
Frequently families can leave it too late to have an Attorney appointed and the Court has to appoint someone to look after your business affairs. Free advice is available to who should have a Power of Attorney and when you should have one.
Our charges for Powers of are fairly modest and our simple Powers of Attorney will cost £250 plus VAT plus Outlays, if you decide to implement a Power of Attorney.
For a free initial assessment call Boyles Direct Family Line on 01382 527167